Prolific French street artist C215 (Christian Guémy) recently opened a show at Galerie Pierre Cardin in Paris, returning to his roots after showing in the UK at the Signal Gallery (covered) and at a special collaborative project at the old Bridewell Police Station. Included in the exhibition are his signature stencils featuring portraiture of people of the streets – the homeless, beggars, orphans, animals, and victims of neglect.  The body of work includes pieces on wood, paper, and found objects and conveyed a versatility of media that has given him a mastery of “placement” that all street artists strive for.  It seems that Christian is able to “get up” anywhere and on anything, as evidenced by his frequently updated flickr stream.

Take a look at more pics from the show after the jump.

Via Guillotine.
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